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Re:Delaware! Less voters in 1994 than Wyoming
« Reply #45 on: March 15, 2003, 12:47:09 pm »

Eddie wrote:

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In hopes of making the "volunteer thing" happen while Activist Activator is stalled, I've started a volutneer soundoff thread which I hope you will all support:;action=display;threadid=1471
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Re:Delaware! Less voters in 1994 than Wyoming
« Reply #46 on: August 13, 2003, 10:26:26 am »

Some of our city mice stated Delaware is the best choice. It has the best of city living, jobs, climate, and low population (half of Idaho or New Hampshire).  Others stress the vast population right next to Delaware from which liberty-starved people will flee across nearby borders to a Free State of Delaware.  They say income tax is repealable and Delware already has no sales tax which could make it a shopping mecca.

Eddie said:
I still think DE is a great option the population is so low and there are jobs within reach for everyone.

Varrin said:
If we go to Deleware, I'll probably be moving to Wilmington.  It's on the border with PA and I'd commute out of Philly.  I *like* living in suburban areas, so I'm sure Wilmington would be the obvious choice given the cirumstances.
And, as previously pointed out, DE is leagues ahead of ID in terms of population. 

FreedomRoad, if an east coast state is chosen, wouldn't Delaware be the better for to recruit the 100,000 that Joe keeps arguing about? There certainly is room in South Delaware for another 100,000 Porcupines and still have those large farms too!
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Re:Delaware! Less voters in 1994 than Wyoming
« Reply #47 on: August 13, 2003, 11:06:01 am »

DE might of had less voters in 1994 than Wyoming had in 2000.  However, in 2002, the most RECENT election, Wyoming only had

Republican Primary Voters: 95,590 (Think of what 20,000 activists can do)
Democratic Primary Voters: 38,118 (Think of what 20,000 activists can do.  Remember that the current Governor of Wyoming get less than 20,000 votes in this exact primary but still get elected to Governor.)

2002 General election:
188,028 voters TOTAL

In Niobrara County, there were only:
Republican voters in general election: 1,036 (Yes guys, it only takes 200-400 activists to elect totally new people to Niobrara County. )

D voters in general election: 169
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